We offer probate valuation service in all Derbyshire areas including – Ashbourne Bakewell Belper Bolsover Buxton Chapel-en-le-Frith Chesterfield Clay Cross Darley Dale Derby IT G Provide probate valuations in accordance with HMRC guidelines.
Probate valuation reports will be prepared within 5 days of our valuer’s visit and will provide a clear indication of the market value of each item within the estate. The valuation report will include images with clear and accurate descriptions enabling quick identification of items of value.
Chattels Gallery Guide
The items pictured below are just a small sample of similar items recently valued by ITG probate valuations. The gallery will hopefully be
helpful & educational in demonstrating the wide array of antiques, collectibles & everyday objects we value on a daily basis. A pair of gilt metal and Swarovski crystal cufflinks, together with a Swarovski purple crystal and silver heart-shaped pendant suspended on a silver chain, a pair of cubic zirconia ear studs, and a matching necklace. An 18th century Worcester lettuce leaf moulded sauce boat, with polychrome butterfly and floral decoration and moulded stalk loop handle. A 1906 full sovereign in a mount. A silver sifter spoon, Birmingham 1929, with shell shaped bowl and foliate engraved handle, together with a similar pair of sugar tongs, in a fine presentation case. A Victorian walnut-framed drawing room single chair, frame with incised carving, upholstered in a buttoned sea-green dralon, on turned legs with casters. A black-lacquered and chinoiserie display cabinet, canted form with single glazed door enclosing lined interior with two fitted shelves. A pair of early 19th century Derby jardinières on separate stands, each with twin handles, finely painted with large woodland landscapes with figures, on gilt scroll and royal blue ground – red painted marks. An indigo ground Baluch runner, decorated with stylised floral design to centre, within reticulated borders, fringed. An 18 carat white gold, diamond, and tanzanite drop pendant, the round cut tanzanite within a double circular diamond-set mount, suspended on an 18 carat white gold chain. A late Victorian silver sovereign and a half sovereign case, Birmingham 1891, of plain rectangular outline, monogrammed, 37 grams. A silver compact, Birmingham 1960, of square cut corner outline with engine turned decoration. An 18 carat gold diamond set ring, a trio of brilliant cuts to each of the five heart motifs, the fifteen diamonds totalling approximately 0.22 carats. An early 19th century Derby plate with painted polychrome floral sprays, the Royal blue border with gilt vine and painted flower-head cartouches – puce mark and impressed. A good burr walnut card table, lobed, half-round form with bead border, on cabriole legs with carved acanthus leafage and four knurled feet. A gentleman’s 9 carat gold wrist watch, the circular white dial with gilt hands and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, the two piece cushion shaped case by Dennison, Birmingham 1947. A yellow metal mounted pearl cross pendant, suspended on a 9 carat yellow gold chain. A Derby pot pourri vase, the ogee shaped bowl painted with scattered rose sprigs applied with three bold gilt ram’s head masks supported on tall hoof feet, triform base. An emerald and diamond target ring, the brilliant-cut diamond, within a calibre-cut emerald surround, to the diamond accent shoulders and plain band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.30ct. A set of three Regency-period mahogany dining chairs, horizontal, reeded bar-backs, on moulded front sabre legs, and a near-matching single chair. A pair of 9 carat gold cufflinks, Birmingham 1919, the oval panels with engraved scrolling leaf decoration, chain connectors, 3.9 g gross. Similar Posts: